Intellirod Spine announces the launch of iLink, a Bluetooth-enabled sensor module that can be attached to any brace (spinal or scoliosis), orthotic or prosthetic to measure wearing compliance, upright posture time and mobility daily through a free smartphone app.
The what, when, why, and how of decision-making when choosing a device. Article written by Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center staff members Bobbi Ann Jurena, MOT, OTR/L, Briana D. McClintock, MS, OTR/L, and Shannon E. Spady, PT, MPT.Read More
Blending stander use with adjunct treatments targets the reduction of joint contractures’ impact on independent mobility. by Stephenie Labandz, PT, DPT Joint contractures occur when tissues around the joints that are usually pliable become replaced by more fibrous and less mobile tissue due to disuse or an underlying disease process. Contracture often has a negative […]Read More
Understanding pressure mapping system components and the hidden insights they provide helps clinicians form a more comprehensive response to seating and mobility needs.Read More
A back cushion featuring moldable support to accommodate a range of spinal curvatures is available through Comfort Company.Read More
Comprehensive evaluations blaze the trail for successful wheelchair seating and mobility outcomes.Read More
Finding the bull’s eye on insurance documentation requirements keeps mobility product orders on target for success.Read More
The trial will enroll hundreds of patients over a 5-year period and will follow subjects through their course of treatment, which may include options such as physical therapy.Read More